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SENATOR RAND PAUL: Vaccine Mandates A False Sense of Security

God bless Senator Rand Paul and Isaac Lindenberger, Ethan Lindenberger‘s older brother. Whatever you might say about the long, otherwise boring Senate hearing on vaccines, Rand and Isaac stole the show. Rand Paul denounced vaccine mandates as a “false sense of security” and said that vaccines were probably the only medicine without informed consent. The room descended into applause and Isaac Lindenberger, a self-avowed libertarian, stood up to applaud Senator Paul’s remarks before being promptly seated by Capitol Police.

Isaac Lindenberger, older brother of Ethan Lindenberger (seated), gives a standing ovation to Senator Paul.

Even the overall hearing wasn’t as bad as previously anticipated. Ethan Lindenberger’s testimony was completely vapid. Pocahontas kept her mouth shut about polio, that disease that afflicted her now-deceased professor who she wanted to punch in the face.

Meanwhile, Senate Committee Chair Lamar Alexander has already announced he will not run for re-election in 2020. Whoever the new chair will be, there is no doubt it should be Senator Rand Paul. He also has a greater experience than anybody on the committee with being physically attacked for his views. Autism Investigated wished him a speedy recovery so he can defend our liberties on the Senate floor. Thank goodness he’s alright, and hopefully he’ll get to keep all of his $580,00 award for damages. He deserves it.

Now watch this throwback of Senator Paul defending your liberties at the second GOP presidential debate in 2015.

America Must Cut All Support to NGOs That Assist Measles Importation

Look at this hypocritical organization feigning surprise that there are 82,000 cases of measles in Europe.

After all, it helped assist with its travel:

Activist NGOs like the International Federation of the Red Cross that assist with illegal immigrant travel into the West should be de-funded by countries that suffer the consequences. Doctors who participate in these activities should have their licenses revoked.

Most of these migrants enter Europe through the east where they can then spread it to visitors that come to the US. Patient Zero in the ongoing Washington/Oregon outbreak was from Eastern Europe.

Meghan McCain’s “The View” Plugs Brian Deer After He Smeared Her Husband’s Dead Journalist

“The guy who started this conspiracy, this lie, his name is Andrew Wakefield, a British surgeon. This is what happened, and the truth of the matter is that he was creating a competing vaccine. He had a patent for his own vaccine, see? So he had a motivation to put this lie out.” – Joy Behar

Sorry Federalist editor Ben Domenech, but your wife and her fellow co-hosts are dumb as mud. One month ago, you and Meghan McCain were mourning the loss of one of your hired journalists who died tragically young at the age of 26. Meanwhile, the “journalist” your wife’s fellow co-host just plugged was spreading lies like this (translated): “‘Anti-vaccine’ journalist dead from no vaccination!”

The tweet has since been deleted and with no apology from Brian Deer. Yet one month later, your wife eggs on her fellow co-host after she repeated Deer’s lie that Dr. Wakefield planned a rival vaccine. While your wife’s at it, how about she repeat “conspiracy theory” to parents whose children’s medical records suddenly found their way into Brian Deer’s Gollum-like hands?

It’s all just a conspiracy theory, right?

JB Handley Writes Gaffe-Filled Book About The Autism Epidemic

 ***Correction: Verstraeten study was published in 2003, not 2013 as stated in the video.

“This is a complete waste of everyone’s time. Every person involved in the dust-up has been a champion of our kids and they all deserve our respect. This is a movement fraught with tension, stress, and confusion. Time for everyone to grab their toys, leave the playground, take a deep breath, and get back to the task at hand.” – JB Handley dismissing the revelation by Autism Investigated’s editor that false representation to congressional staff was committed by SafeMinds.

Years ago, Generation Rescue founder JB Handley accused the wife of a known vaccine shill of secretly operating a neurodiversity blog. So confident was Handley, he even promised her a website he created to expose her husband’s lies on condition that she wasn’t the blog’s operator. Six months later, JB Handley turned over PaulOffit.com to Bonnie Offit. Eight years later, Handley still hasn’t learned his lesson about the importance of knowing stuff. His book How To End The Autism Epidemic proves it. Filled with inaccuracies, it’s reflective of just how out of depth JB Handley is on an issue that’s preoccupied his life for two decades.

His book gives disproportionate importance to events that happened this year, even as the epidemic has been raging for decades. Reading it, one might get the sense that the most important events all happened in 2018. The most featured study, for example, was published nine months ago. That, however, may partially explain why Handley gets some key facts wrong. He has a personal stake in committing the gravest error, however. In his book, JB Handley pushed the damaging myth that a doctor gave two conflicting expert opinions for different children seeking vaccine injury compensation. Although Dr. Andrew Zimmerman had expressed an opinion that compensated child Hannah Poling’s autism was caused by vaccination, he was never her expert witness. His opinion was also given after the concession.

A congressional hearing was almost held in 2013 over the falsehood that was spread by Canary Party. The hearing was cancelled after the falsehood was corrected by the Hannah Poling’s mother in the comments of the Age of Autism blog that Handley’s group sponsors. Congressional council then announced the hearing’s cancellation for being “overly divisive.” That clearly meant it would pit parent against parent. Autism Investigated broke the news of the cancellation. Instead of stating the real reason for the cancellation, Handley wrongly blamed a vaccine front group.

JB Handley played a role in the failure. Prior to the 2012 hearing, a lobbyist working for Canary Party Chairman Mark Blaxill falsely represented parent-scientist Brian Hooker to congressional staff. Handley dismissed the news entirely, calling it “a complete waste of everyone’s time” in the comments of Age of Autism. He then demanded “everyone…get back to the task at hand,” indicating Hooker and Blaxill should work together.

Mark Blaxill was subsequently discovered to have turned the autism omnibus attorneys against their own expert witnesses. He brutally smeared Dr. Mark and David Geier and even disparaged Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who would never be invited to testify. This was revealed publicly for the first time in emails shared with Autism Investigated. Even after all that, Handley’s support of Blaxill never wavered. Handley has a lot to answer for in his role of pushing Mark Blaxill on the movement against toxic vaccinations, contributing to the congressional failure.

Yet JB Handley goes even further than the cancelled hearing would have gone by demanding the father Jon Poling testify and be cross-examined about his daughter’s case by politicians. Yet Handley also acknowledges that the parents were given a $20 million concession to stay quiet. Strangely, he says that he wouldn’t begrudge other parents for doing exactly what the parents of Hannah Poling had already done. So why is he channeling the vaccine people by hitting her parents up for their daughter’s confidential medical information?

Though Poling is the worst example, there are other key facts that Handley gets wrong. For example, the senior author John Walker-Smith did not stand by the interpretation of the 1998 study as Handley falsely writes. Walker-Smith cosigned the fraudulent interpretation retraction with nine other coauthors. CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer Thomas Verstraeten also did not say his 2003 study of the mercury-based vaccine preservative thimerosal was “neutral” with respect to autism, but rather with speech delays and tic disorders. He wanted to cover his autism findings up. These are not trivial errors to make, and both doctors are subsequently let off easy. The probable reason for the errors is simply that Handley did not give either study the attention it deserved when writing his book.

Finally, JB Handley has already taken criticism from many people because his book even recommends certain vaccines albeit far less than the current schedule. Handley later changed his position in a radio interview to say that you should have a right to get some vaccines if you want them. He obviously had not thought about that issue very hard. His below defense of the vaccine program on Facebook says it all, demanding of people vastly more knowledgeable than him: “unfriend me.”

(The vaccine program needs to go away, and getting rid of it is the most effective argument at this time.)

It’s totally disingenuous of JB Handley to play the victim when he is trying to dictate the message of the movement with his ignorance. Why Handley demonstrates such poor knowledge of the issues surrounding the autism epidemic after apparently dedicating so many years to it is a mystery. He can’t think of effective policy solutions either. One explanation could be that he conflates ending the autism epidemic with ending his own son’s autism. Whatever the reason, his insistence on controlling the narrative of an issue he has so little understanding of is an unmitigated disaster.

One time Autism Investigated criticized him for saying the government studied “one vaccine and one ingredient” since it’s akin to saying the government ruled them out. He responded, “Don’t spread bullshit.”

Told that the government didn’t study them but rather lies about all vaccines, he grudgingly agreed with Autism Investigated.

“Yeah, no shit.”

CDC Vaccine Chief’s Brother No Longer Heads 2016-Related Investigations

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein announcing the indictments of 13 Russians, July 13, 2018

Ironically, the big news the week of the election isn’t about any elected office. It’s about an appointed one. Jeff Sessions has just resigned as attorney general. His tenure was defined by his recusal from any investigations related to the 2016 election cycle. Even more ironic, the deputy attorney general who subsequently assumed that role had a much greater conflict than Sessions may have had by any reasonable measure. With Sessions now gone, oversight of 2016-related investigations including the Russia investigation has been passed to his former chief of staff and acting replacement.

But before Sessions resigned, oversight fell on the brother of CDC’s vaccine chief. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s sister is Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

President Trump’s criticism of toxic vaccines goes back a decade, long before he ran for office. He repeated those criticisms as a candidate on the campaign trial. His election reportedly caused employees at Messonnier’s workplace to cry in the hallways. How ironic that the election would also cause her brother to hold an appointment one rung below a cabinet member?

Throughout the course of Rosenstein’s tenure, he has wielded his unprecedented power with strong authority. He appointed the special counsel that continues to run the Russia investigation and ordered the FBI raid on the office of a now-former lawyer of Trump’s. Most recently, Rosenstein announced the indictments of 13 Russians who will never even stand trial.

Now the power that enabled him to do all that has been stripped away as he appears frozen in his position, if he keeps it. He will not even assume the title of acting attorney general. The reason for Jeff Sessions’ removal may not be about Jeff Sessions so much as it is about Rod Rosenstein.

Dr. Peter Harvey Was the Bravest Neurologist Who Ever Lived

Peter Harvey

Peter Harvey, Getty Images

Interviewer: “Professor, how serious is this condition?”

Dr. Harvey: “I’m a doctor, not a professor.”

Interviewer: “I beg your pardon.”

Dr. Harvey: “That’s alright. It’s called ‘less majesty.'”

Dr. Peter Harvey was one of just three coauthors of the 1998 autism-vaccine paper to stand by the possibility of a link. He passed away in France in 2012.

At the time of his passing, the editor remarked:

“We need more doctors and scientists like Dr. Peter Harvey. His passing is a huge loss to the autism community.”

The comment was beneath Dr. Andrew Wakefield’s obituary for Peter Harvey when he died in 2012:

“As a consultant neurologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London, Peter Harvey was one of thirteen authors on the 1998 Lancet paper that first drew attention to the link between autism and bowel disease. Not once in all the time that has passed and the trouble that has flowed did he waiver in his support for the parents of those children, the conviction that their story of regression following MMR vaccination is valid, and the findings reported in that paper. In a saga of calumny, cowardice, and capitulation, Peter was resolute unto his death. Peter died at his house in Valboulet – Valley of Balls – France, where his ashes are scattered. Never was a last resting place more aptly named.”

But nothing does more justice to the legacy of Dr. Harvey like Dr. Harvey himself. Watch this 2007 interview he did on blast injuries to soldiers.

The two senior non-professor authors stood by the entire paper and the two senior professor authors didn’t. What does that tell you about professors?

The Facebook page dedicated to turncoat Professor John Walker-Smith should be removed and replaced with a memorial to Dr. Harvey.

Vaccine-Pushing Socialist Lies About Economics Background on Fox News

The truth about Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig’s educational background for all to see, Brandeis University

“Sociology,” “English” and “Near Eastern and Judaic Studies”: sounds about right for a millennial socialist who also pushes vaccines. Brandeis has no core curriculum, so Washington Post writer Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig wasn’t even required to take any economics classes. Because Brandeis has very few general requirements, however, it’s extremely easy to declare multiple majors as she has done. It’s even easier to minor in something. An economics minor requires just five courses.

Are her majors in economics or anything close? No. Is her minor? Hell no.

Now watch her exchange with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham. She challenged Bruenig’s credentials to hock an ideology that’s failed everywhere it’s been tried.

Laura Ingraham: Did you take a lot of economics in school?

Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig: I did.

No you didn’t! If you did, you’d at least minor in economics at the easiest place in the world to minor in something even if your majors are totally different! Near Eastern and Judaic Studies were just too important for that.

Her post-graduate studies are no better. They’re exclusively in religion.

Like any good socialist, Bruenig also supports mandatory vaccination. She is quick to call attention to a few cases of measles in the states (brought here from Europe because its overrun with the migrants she wants to bring here en masse).

She is totally silent about the country worst hit by measles in the Americas. That country has also embraced socialism more than any other country in the Americas that isn’t an island.

PAHO

If Bruenig gets her way, the United States will look like Venezuela and anti-vaxxers will get blamed. No wonder she wants to bring socialism here.

Full disclosure: At the university where Bruenig lied about taking “a lot of economics,” she lied about a student autism awareness club the editor founded by crediting someone else in a student publication. Bruenig then retaliated against the editor for having it corrected by bashing the autism-vaccine scientist he invited to campus. That was the first time she publicly defended toxic vaccinations.

The editor was previously introduced to her because she claimed she was starting a related club for “differently-abled students.” That was a lie as well.

Terrorist Al’Jazeera Network Blames Opposition to Toxic Vaccines for Sending Measles to the United States

Al’Jazeera viewers react to Islamic terrorist attack in England, Credit: Infowars

The Islamist State of Qatar and its network Al’Jazeera contributes to the instability of the Middle East that causes hundreds of thousands of deaths and a global refugee crisis. How ironic then that Al’Jazeera blames opposition to toxic vaccinations for the spread of measles from the Muslim world to the United States. It also got some nose-ringed airhead named Mara Van Ells to spew their propaganda.

The terrorist network’s below video got 50 million views for reporting 54 cases (OMG!) of measles primarily among Somali residents of Minnesota. That same network vehemently opposed the travel ban on Somalians coming to the United States. Al’Jazeera also wants open borders for the United States.The ban could have prevented the very outbreak Al’Jazeera blamed on dissent from the child-poisoning vaccine program.


Of course Al’Jazeera must mention autism-vaccine scientist Dr. Andrew Wakefield. He lost his license in the UK for “reporting in the Lancet paper of a temporal link between the syndrome [he] described and the MMR vaccination.” If Qatar and the UK have one thing in common, it’s punishing people for their free speech. Then like any good piece of vaccine indoctrination propaganda, Al’Jazeera names some of the vaccine industry’s fraudulent “studies.”

The video makes no secret that it wants expansion of mandatory vaccination laws like that which was passed in California. Mandatory vaccination expanded under Jimmy Carter’s presidency led to out of control vaccine injuries and deaths and ultimately liability for vaccine manufacturers. Such draconian measures only help dictatorships around the world. More authoritarianism in America will deflect western scrutiny of authoritarian regimes like that of Qatar and its Al’Jazeera broadcaster.

How The UK’s Medical “Protection” Society Baited A Leading Autism-Vaccine Scientist into A Show Trial Attacking His Free Speech

Drs. Andrew and Carmel Wakefield outside UK’s General Medical Council the day of its “findings” against him, Zimbio

The UK’s General Medical Council (GMC) charged Dr. Andrew Wakefield with publishing critically on vaccination. So GMC needed to ensure he wouldn’t boycott its show trial for obviously attacking his free speech. That’s what the Medical “Protection” Society (MPS) was good for. The MPS is an organization that purports to defend doctors from malpractice allegations in Britain. MPS funded Dr. Wakefield’s “defense” against the General Medical Council, but it really wasn’t a “defense” at all.

His so-called defense should have never made him “defend” himself against the “crime” of publishing on the vaccine-autism link. Even worse, MPS even got him to falsely say he should have gotten ethical approval to take blood from his own children at his son’s birthday party. They subsequently enabled Dr. Wakefield to be punished for making a joke about it in America, never mind the First Amendment. Not surprisingly, inquiries to the lawyer MPS paid to “represent” Dr. Wakefield have gone unanswered.

After the GMC’s “findings” against him were made, MPS cut funding to his appeal in order to make them stick. Of course a major medical defense organization believes publishing critically about vaccination is wrong. After all, it has many other doctors to defend who poison children into autism with vaccinations everyday. So it had to “defend” Dr. Wakefield and then throw him under the bus to protect all of its Hippocratic Oath-violating “doctors.”

On a happier note, Autism Investigated will now share Dr. Wakefield’s hilarious birthday party blood joke for readers to laugh with. Thank you Dr. Wakefield for your humor and thank you YouTuber Anthony Cox for sharing!

(Contrary to BBC Fake News, no children fainted or threw up.)

California Punishes Dr. Sears for Saving Child from Toxic Vaccinations

From Autism Investigated’s September 2016 post: Kimberly Kirchmeyer, Executive Director of the Medical Board of California who took it upon herself to make a complaint against Dr. Robert Sears for putting his patients before the state’s mandatory vaccination bill and not continuing to poison a child. She might as well be a Satanist who commits child murder.

Two years ago, California’s medical board targeted Dr. Robert Sears for not continuing to vaccinate a child suffering a serious reaction. Despite suffering intestinal and kidney shutdown along with brain inflammation, the board insisted on vaccinating anyway. It has now put him on probation for doing so, stopping short of revoking his license.

Medical boards in the US and UK have already gone after scientists just for publishing critically on vaccination. Insisting a doctor knowingly harm a child is new, however. The fact that Dr. Sears is allowed to keep his practice is no victory, because he will have his license revoked if he withholds vaccination from another injured child. All doctors in California are discouraged from doing the same, undoubtedly as a result of mandatory state vaccination law.

Assemblyman Travis Allen made state history by becoming the first gubernatorial candidate to oppose mandatory vaccination. He didn’t win the primary, but he’s not going away…

Anti-vaccinationists and vaccine choice advocates aren’t going away, either.

Update: Read Dr. Sear’s excellent letter on the issue.